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chummily

 

Definition (British English)

chummy
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

chummily, chummy
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

chummily, chummy
Merriam Webster

Etymology

chummy
Online Etymology Dictionary
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plump-vertraulich

 

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familiar - kumpelhaft; plump vertraulich (jmd. der keine Distanz wahrt)Last post 10 Jun 14, 15:19
http://www.roman-hartmann.de/Schatzinsel/html/powder_and_arms.html "[...]I believe he's a g…2 Replies
plumpLast post 21 Jul 09, 08:34
Sie scheinen auch eine plumpe selbstherrliche Art zu haben. They also seem to have a ? high…3 Replies
plumpLast post 30 Jan 09, 15:40
Die Milz plump. The spleen is coarse? I am unsure of the meaning of plump in this context. …1 Replies
plump waterLast post 27 Mar 08, 18:24
Summer was his foe with all its heat, noise, plump water, and bladed grasses belonging to th…3 Replies
plump upLast post 30 Mar 07, 11:07
There is no expensiveness here at all. Her eyes try to get accustomed to being back, but it …1 Replies
plump brainLast post 07 Aug 12, 16:52
A: Well, there is that paved path through the cemetery. B: That's not going to happen. With …1 Replies
disclosive - vertraulichLast post 29 Oct 15, 11:58
"some data are considered disclosive". Sinn würde eigentlich "vertraulich" machen; anderers…3 Replies
vertraulichLast post 18 Dec 09, 08:54
Dieses Gespräch in der Öffentlichkeit ist nicht vertraulich. Wie würdet ihr das ausdrücken?8 Replies
plump formuliertLast post 21 Apr 11, 16:26
Wie würdet ihr das übersetzen? not very subtle? es geht um einen fiktionalen Text, in dem de…3 Replies
plump cushiony lookLast post 30 Nov 16, 12:45
looking for a high shine, matte, anti-chip or a plump cushiony lookWas ist denn ein plump …1 Replies
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